Here we go:
|I started with some feathers from Joanns. These came in a bunch together with a couple other odd pieces. $4.99 less 40%|
|Cut them to the length you desire. Remove a few of the fringies so that you can wrap the top.|
|Fish hook earrings and 26 gauge copper wire.|
|I also decided to use some wooden beads that I had from a broken necklace. |
Cut two pieces of wire about 7 inches long.
|Put the beads on.|
|Fold your wire in half, creating a loop at the top.|
|Insert wire through jump ring of fish hook earring.|
|Twist, twist, twist. The jump portion has a tiny open spot that you'll want to close with some pliers.|
|Slide that whole wire contraption down through the beads until your earring is about the length that you'd like it. |
Add a dab of glue under the bottom bead. I used Gorilla glue, but whatever floats your boat.
|Twist the wire a few times under the bottom bead, up the back, under the second bead, and then continue |
twisting it all the way up until you run out of wire. I had some extra feather part that I just cut off.
Do it again so you have a matching set.
|This is what I look like in my bathroom mirror. Hot, no?|
|Boom. Now I'm rocking it.|